Foxes left to guess over Fury's threat


Fernhill coach Julio Miranda isn't sure what to expect from Tuesday night's round-one catch-up game against Dapto Dandaloo Fury.

Both sides started their seasons with 1-1 draws on Friday, but given the Fury had massive squad changes in the off-season, Miranda wasn't entirely drawn into what he thought the 2012 champions would offer.

"Who knows?," Miranda said.

"I know they had their first game on [Friday] and Norm will have a pretty good squad there."

The Foxes were lucky to leave Tarrawanna Oval with a point after the Blueys missed countless chances to win the match.

But Miranda saw enough from his side in their first assignment to take into their clash with the Fury.

"It was good considering Tarrawanna played the last three weeks and that was our first hit-out," Miranda said.

"I just said to the boys make sure we stay with them for the first 45 and we will see what happens after that.

"Obviously we got tired towards the end, but we will get better. I was happy with the point but I think we could have done a lot better in possession because we panicked a bit."

In other rescheduled fixtures this week, South Coast United play Albion Park White Eagles on Thursday.



TUESDAY - Fernhill v Dapto Dandaloo Fury, Ray Robinson Field (8pm)

THURSDAY - South Coast United v Albion Park White Eagles, Ian McLennan Park (8pm)


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